Classic & Sports Car
Classic & Sports Car magazine has a well-earned reputation for being the most authoritative title on the subject. It features the finest cars from across the globe, combining unrivalled editorial, the finest photography and beautiful design, as well as providing the ideal medium for buying and selling classic and sports cars because thousands are advertised every month.
Official Martin Brundle Website
The official Martin Brundle website. Visit this website for more information on Martin Brundle and his latest news and events.
International Jaguar XK Club
The Only International Jaguar XK Club!
The thing that makes this club different is that it concentrates 100% on XK 120s, 140s and 150s, and their derivatives, the C-types and D-types.
The Club is truly international and has members in more than 50 countries.
The Club’s emphasis is very much on using our cars – the XK was designed to be driven!
At the heart of the Club is the 52-page monthly magazine, superb technical/practical articles and tips, event reports, coverage of racing, originality articles, upgrading advice, restoration stories. The XK Gazette is packed with XK material and has a selection of specialists advertising their services.
As well as the printed magazine, members receive a digital version free of charge.
The Club has a wide range of events from runs to international tours, from lunches to weekends, from track days to technical seminars, from a party at Monterey to an Annual Dinner at the House of Commons… Many are free of charge or the cost is modest. Some are organised by HQ, some by Tour Operator Partners and some by our splendid volunteer Representatives around the UK, Europe, the USA, Australia and many other countries.
There are no committees, no concours and no politics.
We also have a fantastic team behind the scenes, many of whom have worked with us for many years.
All of this for less than a tank of fuel!
Jaguar E-type Club
The Only International Jaguar E-type Club!
What makes the E-type Club different is that it focuses 100% on E-types.
At the heart of the E-type Club is the monthly 50-page magazine. Packed with superb content, contributed by members from around the world, it has a balance of articles covering all interests. A high proportion of E-type owners appreciate technical/practical features and there is no shortage.
The website, which is actively managed and updated regularly, has a Members Only section with a library of technical articles and is ever expanding. There is also an E-type Forum.
The Club’s emphasis is very much on using the cars – the E-type was designed to be driven!
Thus the Club has a wide range of events from runs to international tours, from lunches to weekends, from track days to technical seminars, from a party at Monterey to a Dinner at the House of Commons… Many are free of charge or the cost is modest. Above all, the Club aims to give value for money.
Goodwood Festival of Speed
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is an annual hill climb featuring historic motor racing vehicles. It is set in the beautiful grounds of Goodwood House, West Sussex, UK. The event takes place annually in either June or July.
The Goodwood Revival is a three-day festival held each September at Goodwood Circuit. It is a huge event which attracts the masses. Non-motoring enthusiasts also attend for the beautiful retro fashions and 1948-1970s lifestyle scene which takes over the Goodwood House grounds during the course of the weekend. The event though is primarily for the types of road racing cars and motorcycle that would have competed during the circuit's original period—1948–1966.